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TRS workers attack BJP MP Arvind’s house over comments on MLC Kavitha

Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) workers attacked the residence of Nizamabad BJP MP Dharmapuri Arvind in Banjara Hills on Friday over his comments about MLC Kavitha Kalavkuntla. During the time of the attack, the BJP MP is in Nizamabad. One of the security guards was injured slightly.

It was additionally reported that TRS workers also staged protests in front of the BJP MP’s home.

BJP MP Arvind Dharmapuri claimed on Thursday that Kavitha, TRS MLC and Telangana chief minister K Chandrashekar Rao’s daughter, called Congress party president Mallikarjun Kharge and expressed her desire to join the party.

TRS workers demonstrated outside BJP MP D Arvind’s residence on Friday in response to his comments about MLC Kavitha.

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Arvind, while speaking to the media at the state party headquarters in Hyderabad, said that she made the decision because she was unhappy with her father. Arvind also claimed that KCR was aware of the situation.

He made the above remarks in response to KCR’s claims that the BJP is attempting to lure his daughter, MLC Kavitha, into its fold.

Arvind stated that Kavitha is not required to join the BJP, despite the fact that KCR recently claimed that the saffron party had asked her to join.

Arvind stated that he would request BJP National President JP Nadda, and state president Bandi Sanjay Kumar to suspend if any leader takes an initiative to bring Kavitha into the party fold.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister KCR stated that the next ten months are essential politically for the TRS. He declared that the elections would be held on time and that the TRS would win 95 assembly seats. The Chief Minister admitted in his announcement that TRS will lose 10 assembly constituencies because the number of TRS assembly members in the state is 105.

It is possible to imagine a wave of opposition to the TRS government in Telangana. Only time will tell whether this wave will continue to rise or fall.




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